Total Drek

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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Total Drek One Sentence Book Reviews

In the interest of having something to suck up a blog post that will not take up a lot of time* I'm starting a new occasional** feature: one sentence book reviews. My wife and I read quite a bit so these provide us with a handy way to share our recommendations and thoughts with y'all, without actually having to go to all the trouble of writing a considered, thoughtful review. So, hey, lucky you.

Today's Review: The Moosewood Collective Cookbook: New Classics.

Pages: 496

Price: Available from for the low, low price of $17.13.

Genre: Vegeterian cooking.

One Sentence Reviews:

Drek's Wife: "It's like they have a theory about what tastes good together, but it's never been empirically validated."

Drek: "I hope you like squash, because you're going to be eating a helluva lot of it."

* In case you haven't guessed from the truly pathetic showing this week, I'm a tad busy at the moment.

** Meaning "whenever I damned well feel like it."

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Blogger TDEC said...

Whee! Just the kind of pointless entertainment the TDEC likes. Can I badger Slag into doing one too? I'm curious what he'd write. And yeah, agreed on the Moosewood. Though mostly I'm just too lazy to make their 25-ingredient recipes.

Thursday, May 01, 2008 11:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with both of you, especially Mrs. Drek. (And I'm a vegetarian.)

Friday, May 02, 2008 4:58:00 AM  
Blogger SARA said...

KISS=Keep It Short and Simple, great idea for posting!

Book cover looks Canadian.
Love squash.
Blending flavours is an art.

TDEC-25 ingredient recipes? Won't be buying this book anytime soon! ;)

Friday, May 02, 2008 6:56:00 AM  

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